What Happens to Girls In The Gangs

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Click to edit Master subtitle style 9/8/10 What Happens to Girls In The Gangs? By: Jason Anderson and Yuni Cisneros
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9/8/10 Introduction Anne Campbell argued convincingly that gang girls have rarely been studied as seriously as have gang boys. Female gang members are usually classified into tomboys or sluts. Most recent researchers on gang girls find that stereotypes are greatly exaggerated.
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9/8/10 Time and Place: Levels of Labeling in Los Angeles Random samples of 51 female members and 106 male members of two long standing Chicano gangs were interviewed. The gangs were well established in very poor Mexican and Mexican American communities. Those communities at the time, held very conservative values, particularly
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Interview Statistics and Results (a) about 40% of the men and fewer of the women matured out of the gang into a “square” lifestyle. (b) more than a quarter of the men and fewer of the women became deeply involved with the lifestyles involving heroin (c) the remainder followed a unstable, street-oriented lifestyle. Although many gang girls did become
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